Intel’s Make It Wearable challenge is now accepting submissions for its development track:
Development Track submissions are opening for Intel’s Make It Wearable Challenge Tuesday, May 13, 2014. We’re looking for innovative, feasible concepts that balance creativity with execution. Our incubation process will enable you to generate a refined design and business plan for your invention. The grand prize winner will receive US $500,000, mentorship and incubation involving Lean Startup education from UC Berkeley. Learn more and enter at http://makeit.intel.com.
Selected participants will receive:
– US $50,000 (10 Finalists)
– US $100,000 (3rd Place)
– US $200,000 (2nd Place)
– US $500,000 (Grand Prize)
– Incubation involving Lean Startup education from UC Berkeley
– Personal story featured online
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